We need more of this in the world. This story will warm your heart.
This spring Charity Club planted and nutured seeds that were later donated as seedlings to the GardenWorks Project to be planted in their spring garden buids. Through this project kids learned empathy, compassion and a sense of pride.
Kingsley Elementary's Charity Club collaboration: Let’s create an opportunity to have the Charity Club students have greater access to students with special needs lives at school and extend a friendly gesture.
Have you ever imaged what it’d be like to be a refugee and starting a new life here in America? This is exactly what we asked adults and kids to imagine as they came together to learn and help...
The I Support Community Charity Club program taught students at Elmwood Elementary and The Primrose School at Naperville Crossings about DuPagePads, their overnight shelter program and how they are working to end homelessness in DuPage County.
Six new schools launching I Support Community Charity Clubs this January! Over 200 students will learn compassion and empathy through lessons on local charities.
Whether it's your children, grandchildren or the children in your community teaching empathy and compassion is a great way to empower them to lead a more giving lives. Empowering children and families to be empathetic and engaged community contributors...
What's the solution? Teaching individuals at a young age to be altruistic minded so that they can lead happier and more fulfilled lives. How does the I Support Community Kids Crew and Charity Club do that?
Children use to know their community and be engaged in it. Has technology changed that? Has it changed our world for the better? How do you ensure your child grows up with the tools necessary to thrive in the...
I am determined to raise emotionally intelligent kids who can develop deep relationships, who have empathy and compassion and can communicate face-to-face. That's why we started the I Support Community Charity Club.